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Mindful Appreciation of Music

Mindful Appreciation of Music

Listen to a piece of music and focus on the different instruments, melodies, and harmonies. Allow yourself to become fully immersed in the experience, letting go of any thoughts or judgments about the music. This practice heightens your senses and encourages a more mindful listening experience.

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A deep thinker and a big enthusiast of technology.

Being mindful has been a great help for me to put myself back on track. By being more aware of what's in the present changed the way I view life as it is.

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